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Art Nouveau door of the Villa Melchiorri

By Janet / July 14, 2016

I found this photo on Pinterest, captioned as an “Art Nouveau door in Paris”. Art Nouveau yes, Paris, no. A few pages of scrolling through my Google reverse image search leads me to a villa in Ferrara, which is said to be a highly underrated city far less visited than Florence, (but just as fabulous). Villa Melchiorri is […]

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Pictures From The 2016 Festival Of Light In Sydney

By Janet / June 1, 2016

VIVID 2016 is a  festival of lights kicked off on May 22 and runs until June 8.More than 150 artists from 23 countries have created over 90 light installations and projections that appear in more than eight precincts spread across Sydney. Let’s have a look at some of the installations and projections… Vivid Festival, Taronga Zoo, Sydney, NSW, Australia. […]

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These Farmers In Japan Do Something Very Special With Rice to Adorn Villages

By Janet / May 30, 2016

There is good talent in the world! RICE FIELDS OF JAPAN ? Astounding. For 20 straight years elaborate and mysterious, multi-colored designs have been appearing in an Aomori rice field in northern Japan, becoming the focus of attention for the town of Inakadate. These cleverly formed shapes are not the result of rampant pollution, but […]

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The Hope for Peace Monument, Lebanon

By Patrick / September 24, 2015

At first glance, the structure looks like the remains of a building ravaged by war or a natural disaster. It is intended to appear that way. Made from concrete, mortars, real war tanks, and other ammunitions materials, the Hope for Peace Monument in Yarze, Lebanon stands as a commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the […]

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ACROS Fukuoka Foundation Building in Fukuoka, Japan

By Patrick / July 29, 2015

ACROS Fukuoka opened in April 1995 in Tenjin, which is situated in the center of the Fukuoka City. It has opened as a center of international information and cultural exchange. The name ACROS is in fact an acronym for Asian Crossroad Over the Sea – Fakuoka.   Everyone at ACROS Fukuoka strives to make the […]

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The World’s Most Peaceful Toilet

By Patrick / July 13, 2015

Whether you want to call it a toilet or an attraction, it actually works as both. As well as serving the purpose of a gorgeous and attractive attraction, the Serene Itabu Toilet also serves the purpose of fulfilling ones needs as a bathroom. This communal bathroom is a very small public place and at the […]